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Subject: Emerging Technologies

Context-Aware Computing in the DoD

Context-Aware Computing in the DoD

• SEI Blog
Jeff Boleng

In their current state, wearable computing devices, such as glasses, watches, or sensors embedded into your clothing, are obtrusive. Jason Hong, associate professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, wrote in a 2014 co-authored article in Pervasive Computing that while wearables gather input from sensors placed optimally on our bodies, they can also be "harder to accommodate due to our social context and requirements to keep them small and lightweight."...

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Malware Analysis, Acquisition Strategies, Network Situational Awareness, & Cyber Risk - The Latest Research from the SEI

Malware Analysis, Acquisition Strategies, Network Situational Awareness, & Cyber Risk - The Latest Research from the SEI

• SEI Blog
Douglas C. Schmidt

As part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed about our latest work, I would like to let you know about some recently published SEI technical reports and notes. These reports highlight the latest work of SEI technologists in malware analysis, acquisition strategies, network situational awareness, resilience management (with three reports from this research area), incident management, and future architectures. This post includes a listing of each report, author(s), and links where the published...

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Data Analytics for Open Source Software Assessment

Data Analytics for Open Source Software Assessment

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Kate Ambrose

In 2012, the White House released its federal digital strategy. What's noteworthy about this release is that the executive office distributed the strategy using Bootstrap, an open source software (OSS) tool developed by Twitter and made freely available to the public via the code hosting site GitHub. This is not the only evidence that we have seen of increased government interest in OSS adoption. Indeed, the 2013 report The Future of Open Source Software revealed...

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